These are huge bins. I wonder how many pounds of seeds they could contain.
boy this brings back childhood memories!!!Happy Easter [or happy weekend, if you don't observe the holiday], and if you can, drop by for my metal interpretation!!! See if you can guess what it is.
perfect picture for this week's theme..love it!check out mine herehttp://pinay-wife.com/2008/03/metal.htmlthanks
that is some big metal buildings
those are huge! great shot for this week theme..;0 Have a Wonderful Easter!Take a peak on mine here and here if you have time..;) Happy weekend!
those are huge silos- wonderful photo!Happy weekendL
Wow! Thanks to those huge grain silos to stock enought grains to feed us.
Wow! what a lovely picture for this week theme, just keep it up and enjoy what you are doing!Check mine also in HERE!!!Happy Easter!
We have various forms of these around here, too.
I liked your pictures of the grain bins. I build them for a living so I get to see ALOT of them. Here in NW Missouri where I live we store corn and soybeans in them. Thank's for the picture.Bill
Wow those are pretty big. I ran into some today on our drive but i don't think they were this big, Hope you had a good Easter
We have a lot of farmers in the area with a lot of acreage... not industrial farms, just individual farmers... they use a lot of grain!
These remind me of the grain bins on our farm when I was a little girl. I was always scared when my dad would work emptying grain into them because I'd heard stories about people being trapped/buried. But I did love the echo when you were inside!
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